As many of you may already know, CondoWong is a big fan of the east side of downtown Toronto, where a lot of new development and revitalization opportunities are. Finally, something on the west end of downtown Toronto caught our attention - The Lakefront Condo at CityPlace by Concord Adex!
Here are the top reasons why we think The Lakefront Condo at Cityplace deserves a serious study:
The Lakefront Condo is the 2nd last phase of the whole CityPlace project. This is as close as you can be by the lake in the whole CityPlace empire.
We are now accepting Pre-Orders for units. Act now before it is too late!
Streetcars (regular operating hours, 5AM - 1AM)
A walk up to King would get you to the 504 King (to Broadview or Dundas West) and 508 Lake Shore (to Long Branch or Parliament) streetcars, and a walk over to Spadina gets you to the 510 Spadina (to Spadina Stn or Union Stn) streetcar.
In 1997, Concord Adex was formed to oversee the development and building of this 45-acre site, the largest residential development in Toronto. When complete it will comprise of 5.4 million sq. ft. of residential and commercial space.
The Concord CityPlace community will consist of 29 towers and condominium structures in addition to town homes, which will be home to 15,000 people. To date, 27 buildings have been completed or are under construction.
The focal point of this community is the $8-million, 8-acre park celebrating the history of Canada. All residences are complemented with an array of community amenities that include schools, childcare centres and fitness facilities, neighbourhood shopping plus an impressive collection of public art. The presence of public art has the power to create and reinforce a sense of community, it also improves physical connections to the City by enhancing sight lines, streetscapes and urban dimensions. Concord CityPlace, with art consultant Karen Mills, has chosen a wide range of form and disciplines to inspire.